I can’t understand what took conservative pundits and politicians so long to figure out that the 2018 Blue Wave is, and always has been, a myth. I first wrote about this back on January 3rd of this year in an article titled “Spasms of a Dying Party.”
Now, with everyone from Hannity to Pat Buchanan jumping on the bandwagon and chiming in about the disappearance of the Blue Wave, it’s all but official: There will be no Blue Wave in November. Republicans will, at a minimum, hold their majority in the House and gain a net of anywhere from three to ten seats in the Senate.
How certain am I of this? I like to break down my calls into three categories: likelihoods, predictions, and guarantees. My no-Blue Wave call on the upcoming midterms is somewhere between a prediction and a guarantee. The only reason I don’t put it solidly in the guarantee category is because establishment Republicans — led by odious prom king Paul Ryan — appear determined to work overtime to pass amnesty legislation that is sure to turn populist Republican voters against them.
Unequivocally stating that Horrible Hillary would never be president was a much easier call for me than the demise of the Blue Wave. After Horrible was pummeled in 2008 by a shiftless, pot-smoking community organizer with no serious work experience and deep ties to communist and socialist organizations, it was easy for me to guarantee that she would never be president of the United States. I reaffirmed that guarantee many times over the next eight years, even though many of my readers were skeptical.
Trust me, I’m not a prophet. Whenever I make a call, it’s based on nothing more than facts that are available to the general public coupled with a hefty dose of common sense. Anyone who watched those wild Trump general-election rallies and added some good common sense into the mix should have arrived at the same conclusion.
And so it is with the so-called Blue Wave that media pundits (including those at Fox News, by the way) excessively talked about after Trump’s election. Alas, it was nothing more than wishful thinking. Like most of the fantasies put out by pundits and politicians, the Blue Wave was just a case of confusing desire with reality.
The good news is that even though establishment Republicans are doing everything they can to lose seats in 2018, the deranged Dirty Dems are doing even more to make sure Republicans are elected. That’s right, the chief reason why the Dirty Dems have virtually no chance of bringing about a Blue Wave is because their hate, anger, and insanity are actually persuading more and more voters to move toward Republicans.
By insanity, I’m referring to such doozies as:
- Nutty Nancy sarcastically blurting out, “Hip, hip, hooray, unemployment is down” and, referencing the Republican tax cut by saying, “Insulting crumbs they give working families are meager and temporary.” Put another way, let them eat cake.
- Cryin’ Chuck equating violent offenders (referring to MS-13 gang members) to “our great grandparents.” Hmm … makes me wonder what his great grandparents did for a living.
- Cory Booker pulling his “tears of rage” stunt over use of the term “chain migration.” It was a historic performance that rivaled Cryin’ Chuck’s bemoaning the plight of Syrian refugees.
- Mad Mamma Obama admonishing women who voted for Trump, insultingly saying that she is “concerned about us as womenand how we think.” Her pompous remark rivaled that of Madeleine Albright’s, who famously said, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton.”
- Bill Maher dropping jaws by saying, “I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy, so please, bring on the recession.” Of course, a severe recession would cause pain to millions of working people, but since Maher has a $10 million annual salary with HBO, he need not worry.
- Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey groveling and expressing regret to the crazed left because he dared to eat at Chick-fil-A, a fast food chicken chain whose CEO opposes gay marriage on religious grounds.
Of course, these are just a handful of an endless list of examples with which I know you are all too familiar. But when I look back on the total collapse of the Democratic Party, the Dirty Dem performance I will always think of as the crown jewel of idiotic remarks came from a relatively unknown Democratic strategist, Joel Payne. On Laura Ingraham’s show, Payne — with a straight face, mind you — gave President Trump an F on domestic policy and a D+ on foreign policy.
If you’re like most people, you probably find yourself wondering if these folks are serious. Well, the truth is that they are so crazed that they themselves probably don’t know if they’re serious, but the one thing that is clear is that their mental disorder is very serious.
Which raises the question, why do they continue to say such hateful and outrageous things if it repeatedly results in higher approval ratings for President Trump? Hint: What does it mean when someone does the same thing over and over again and expects a different result? I believe it’s hate and anger that drive the Radical Left’s insanity, and their insanity, in turn, drives them to continue saying outrageous things even though they know it makes Trump more popular.
Which raises yet another question: After their crushing defeats in 2018 and 2020 make it clear that they can never regain power so long as they cling to their hateful, angry, insane rhetoric, what will their next move be? Will they ultimately conclude that their only option is violent revolution? They certainly have demonstrated they are more than capable of violence.
A more likely possibility, however, is that the Democratic Party will split into two (or perhaps three) parties after the Republicans increase their numbers in the 2018 midterms and Trump wins overwhelmingly in 2020. And the person who just might force that to happen is none other than U.B. — more commonly known to all as “Uncle Bernie.” He is truly the Dirty Dems’ worst nightmare.
Any way you look at it, it sure promises to be fun.